Career Opportunities for Center ISD students are abundant in Center! Click here to see behind the scenes video footage of local business and the opportunities they offer. Presented by the CHS Class of Graphic Design.
Class of 2015 Receives Scholarships
"Thank you so much for your investment in my future..."
Class of 2015 recipients of the CISD Employee Scholarship say Thank you! Click here to read the grateful comments of Class of 2015 Students.
Thanks to the generosity of the community in which we live, 84% of the Class of 2015 received a scholarship of some type. Click here for a list of generous donors and deserving graduates.
EXCITING NEWS FOR SUMMER!
This summer, Center ISD will have a Book Mobile delivering books available to check out just like our FLM, CES, CIS and CMS campus libraries!
Our Book Mobile locations and times are as follows:
- Union Acres 9:00-9:30
- Pecan Grove 9:45-10:15
- Hidden Creek Trailer Park 10:20-10:50
- Park East Apartments- Bridges St. 10:55-11:25
- Collier Street Mobile Home Park 11:30-11:45
- Holly Creek on San Augustine St. 11:50-12:05
- Arcadia Road 12:10- 12:40
The Book Mobile will come every Tuesday during June and July so children can continue their summer reading and be ready for a successful school year in the fall. They check out a book one Tuesday and return it the next Tuesday so they are ready to check out again!
Summer Food Service Program
When the School Year Ends, Summer Meals Begin!
Once again, Center ISD will offer nutritious meals to help children and teens ages 18 and younger to learn, grow and thrive during the summer.
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Summer Meals begin on June 3 through June 25th at Center Elementary School and F.L. Moffett Primary School for the first summer school session and July 6th through July 30th for the 2nd summer school schedule. Monday thru Thursday.
Breakfast hours 7:30 to 8:30 am
Lunch Hours 10:45 am to 12:00
Bluebell Not Being Served at Center ISD
Parent's have expressed concern that Bluebell ice cream products are being served at Center ISD Cafeterias. Heather Brink, Director of SFE, reports that Bluebell ice cream and novelties are no longer being sold in the school cafeterias and have not been sold since the Bluebell recall began in late March. All product was removed from the schools on April 23rd. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. For more information on the recall see this site.
Heather Brink, SFE Director, along with Center ISD wishes Mary Paxton a happy retirement. "After years of dedicated service, Mary Paxton is retiring. She holds a very special place in our hearts and will be dearly missed." Heather Brink
Proud to be A Roughrider!
From Rob Hart, Superintendent at Liberty Hill, " I have attached a photo that was taken at the soccer game last night by the Austin American Statesman. It has gone viral around LH and is one of our favorites from the Statesman’s photo gallery. It is one of the best displays of sportsmanship captured in a photo. It was a pleasure competing with the class program that you have and congrats on a great season. Hopefully we can meet up again next year in the same arena."
From James Hockenberry, "It was a remarkable performance last night. A great season for an exceptional group of young men and their coach."
Roving Chef at Center ISD
Roving Chef is a program started by SFE giving students the chance to get into the kitchen and learn some basic kitchen skills along with nutritional information. The students pictured are CES students. They had a blast touring the kitchen, making individualized pizzas and learning about nutrition and physical activity! Click here to see more pictures of the Center ISD, Southwest FoodService and the Roving Chef program.
Pride in our Roughrider Facilities
Center ISD appreciates the display of support by the community over the past few years as we have improved several of our buildings and facilities. We are especially pleased that many of our patrons use Roughrider stadium, the tennis courts, and surrounding areas as a place of gathering, fellowship, and physical activity. We are proud of the quality, appearance, and the educational experiences each provide.
In order for our facilities to retain its quality for our students and community members both now and in the future, special care and attention to the usage regulations must be followed. The life expectancy of the stadium track and field, the tennis courts, and other school properties will be extended if the regulations are followed.
Currently, the facilities are being abused and the regulations are being ignored by many. To be more specific, strollers, bikes, skateboards, gum, colored drinks, and pets are not allowed on the stadium track, field, and tennis courts. Center ISD is asking you to join us in our effort to keep our facilities clean, well maintained, and accessible for all to enjoy. If the abuse and rapid deterioration of our investment in quality facilities continues, the district may be faced with the difficult decision of closing the stadium to the public.
Please keep in mind that the City of Center has constructed wonderful parks and recreation options, including a superb walking trail, for our community to enjoy and use. Again, please help us by encouraging others to respect the regulations that are in place at our outdoor venues.
Center ISD Administration
Resources for K-8 Revised Math TEKS Available to Educators and Parents
A valuable list of free resources is available to help both teachers and parents transition to the revised math Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS.)
Since the revised math TEKS for high school students are not scheduled for implementation until the following school year in 2015–2016, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) resource page is currently specific to K–8 TEKS math resources only. The free TEA resource webpage may be accessed here.
Center ISD Special Services department believes every child deserves a quality education, one in which they can learn and achieve to high standards alongside their peers. This includes successfully transitioning to reach their post secondary education goals.
We are pleased to offer the following information from the Texas Education Agency in collaboration with Statewide Leadership in Secondary Transition and Post School Results at Education Service Center Region 11. The Texas Transition and Employment Guide has been posted to their website and is located at www.transitionintexas.org. The purpose of this guide is to provide information on statewide services and programs that assist students with disabilities in the transition to life outside of the public school system. On this site you will find resources for students, parents, educators and agency resources.
Questions can be directed to Tiffany Feher, Center ISD Special Services Transition Specialist or Mickey Wulf, Director of Special Services at (936) 598-1600.